Four new traders at Seven Dials

Kerb has announced huge changes to its Seven Dials Market site, demonstrating that there is more to its mission than merely money.

Four of the central London location’s highest revenue traders will be departing by 13th January. Originally offered a 12-month licence, Kerb returns to its original ambition of providing opportunities for small businesses to test their food concept, before moving on to brick and mortar restaurants. 

Having built credible reputations supported by Kerb and its trading opportunities, the four members – Truffle, Club Mexicana, El Pollote and Curry on Naanstop – leave Seven Dials Market this month. Between them they generate a combined revenue of over £465,000 each month and now own nine bricks and mortar sites.

In turn, Seven Dials will welcome four new independent, owner-operated businesses. They are Lucky’s Hot Chicken, Los Gordos, Motherflipper and Kolkati.

Tom Bickers, founder of Truffle, said: “Seven Dials Market has been the springboard needed for us to grow due to a low start-up costs and its central London location. Leaving will allow us to focus on our full-service restaurants, innovate and develop our menus further, and grow the business to its full potential.” 

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